Grant's Secret Service: The Intelligence War from Belmont to Appomattox

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INDEX
Page references in italic type refer to photographs.
Allies (World War II), 104, 284n.60
Anderson, Richard H., 242
AOAR. See Armies Operating Against Rich- mond (AOAR)
Appomattox Court House VA, 264
Appomattox Station VA, 263
Ardennes, Allied surprise in the (World War II), 104, 284n.60
Armies Operating Against Richmond (AOAR), 235, 262
Army of Northern Virginia: and Army of Tennessee, 177; and the BMI, 196; fears of mass desertion from, 261; Grant's intelli- gence on, 180; Grant's plans for, 193, 253; and Petersburg, 216, 223; and Richmond, 196, 213, 215; viewed by Grant, 21112, 226
Army of Relief, 165, 166, 169, 170, 171,172
Army of Tennessee, 177, 188, 211
Army of the Cumberland, 123,177,178, 188, 286n.23, 296n.3; and Army Police, 178
Army of the James, 196, 235
Army of the Mississippi, 87, 99100, 109, 112
Army of the Ohio, 84, 86, 109, 111
Army of the Potomac, 150, 151, 153, 154; and the AOAR, 235; and the BMI, 23435; and Grant's 1864 campaign plan, 189, 193, 196, 203, 212, 214; James River crossed by, 223, 226; Lee pinned outside Rich- mond and Petersburg by, 221, 239
Army of the Shenandoah, 234
Army of the Southwest, 126
Army of the Tennessee, 81, 8889, 109, 112, 144
Army of the Valley, 233, 248, 249
Army of the West, 115
Army of West Tennessee, 121, 122
Atlanta GA, 177
Averell, William, 222
Babcock, John C., 154; and Army of the Po- tomac, 235; and the BMI, 197, 225; con- fused with Lemuel E. Babcock, 298n.6; and intelligence on Early, 231, 23637, 242 43, 244; and intelligence on Lee, 244, 254; intelligence on Petersburg gath- ered by, 256; and the raid on Richmond prisons, 239; and service with Allan Pin- kerton, 197
Babcock, Lemuel E., 298n.6
Badeau, Adam, 208, 29293 n.25
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 230
Banks, Nathaniel, 142, 193, 29192 n.20
Beauregard, P. G. T., 8; and Cairo, 71; and Corinth, 80, 88, 91, 94, 99, 100; and Grant's campaign on Vicksburg, 161, 292 n.23; Grant's intelligence on, 201; in Kentucky, 65, 67; at Pittsburg Landing, 101
Bell, Charles S., 161, 162, 171, 29293 n.25, 295n.46
Bell, Horace, 9496
Belle Memphis, 47
Belmont, Battle of, 29, 4445
Belmont MO: 19; Grant's attack on, 4344; Grant's intelligence on, 3132, 33, 35, 37, 38, 41, 42, 51, 52, 275 —76 n.29; Grant's motivations for attacking, 4552, 276n.42, 277n.44; strategic significance of, 30; victory at, and Grants surprise at Pittsburg Landing, 103; viewed by Grant, 55
Ben Hur (Lew Wallace), 15
Blair, Francis P., 165
Blake, Jacob E., 7
BMI. See Bureau of Military Information (BMI)
Boswell, Daniel K., 6566
Bowen, John S., and Port Gibson, 159
Bowers, Theodore S., 48, 236, 242, 277 n.44

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